Director / DP / editor focusing on compelling character-driven stories
Fanny Texier is a Brooklyn-based documentary filmmaker.
As a director, Fanny maintains a commitment to telling empowering stories that uplift the spirit. She looks to give voice to untold stories from women, and those underrepresented in traditional media. Through cinematic camerawork and intimate interviews, Fanny brings a well of curiosity and an eye for the unusual to her documentary storytelling. Her work is visually captivating, plunges deep into the human psyche, and portrays compelling stories of eccentric characters.
As a freelance video journalist, Fanny has directed, shot and edited stories for the New Yorker, Vice, the New York Post, BBC and Al Jazeera. She has also worked on various projects for Netflix, HBO, P&G, Air Canada, Bank of America, the Bill Gates Foundation and internationally acclaimed artists such as Megan Thee Stallion, Teyana Taylor and Kehlani.
She is now directing her own documentary feature about a group of people who have decided to live their life in monochrome.